Step forward with the new law in Andorra for trans people

Step forward with the new law in Andorra for trans people

On 21 July, the Parliament in Andorra unanimously approved a law that allows trans people to change their name and gender marker on official documents, and eliminates any distinction between married heterosexual couples or same-sex civil partnerships. However, the law remarks that canonical marriage is only open to heterosexual couples and change of official documents is not fully based on self-determination. ILGA-Europe celebrate these important steps and hope Andorra will continue to push forward LGBTI people’s rights.

Read more (in Catalan).

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